The iPad Writing Apps Showdown

October 14, 2010

Update: Since this was first published, I’ve now written a second showdown which includes five more apps. After you read this, read The Return of the iPad Writings Apps Showdown The iPad has settled nicely into my workflow as a device for capturing and shaping ideas for content. Most of my recent writing has been […]

My Future iPad to Scrivener Writing Workflow

September 27, 2010

I rarely watch videos embedded in blog posts, and don’t recall ever posting one here, but… Yesterday, MacSparky posted a video sneak peek of what I’m most excited about in Scrivener 2.0: direct sync with SimpleNote. Late October can’t come soon enough!

Capturing Ideas Revisited – Text Files

July 19, 2010

As I described in the intro to this series, I have split my ideas bucket into two separate systems. It was a decision I didn’t take lightly as it violated my principle that one app is better than two for the sake of reliability and simplicity. In a later post, I’ll explain why Yojimbo is […]

Capturing Ideas Revisited — Intro

July 8, 2010

I kicked off this blog over two years ago with a series called Capture Everything. It was influenced by David Allen’s GTD system merged with my desire to have a reliable digital workflow to not lose a single task or idea. The system I described was one I’d already had in place, and it must […]

my ipad (and iphone) to scrivener workflow

April 28, 2010

(UPDATE: You might be interested in my more recent post on iPad writing apps. Some can sync with Scrivener 2.0.) Despite my initial concerns that the iPad seemed geared for consuming rather than creating, I’m finding it can be a great tool for capturing, and even developing, some ideas. As I hoped in that same […]